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Thread [Getting started] Sound Synthesis Explained - Part 1

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newjazz

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1 Posted on 09/04/2014 at 11:37:43
Sound Synthesis Explained - Part 1
Throughout history, humans all around the globe have never stopped diversifying the uses of music ─ ritual, recreational, intellectual, etc. ─ and have produced it using their voices and bodies or through the development and practice of musical instruments. Through the 19th century, the basic methods for creating music were the same: Hitting animal skins, rubbing, plucking or hitting strings, and blowing into bone, wooden or metal pipes. Then everything began to change...

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Elvir Jade

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2 Posted on 03/26/2019 at 06:07:38
This article should be the first one in summary (its the last one now)
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